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Please follow the link to see a
Please follow the link to see a list of the gods of the Disc.
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Supernatural entities may be more powerful than gods, although their powers tend to be specific and limited. They have duties and defined roles, and they are typically as old as the universe and eternal, unlike gods, who are here today and gone tomorrow , dependent on the beliefs of mortals. The main difference between The Gods and Anthropomorphic personifications is that Anthropomorphic personifications embody the said power, e.g. Time, whereas Gods simply use the powers usually to cause a bloody nuisance.
- The Creator of the Disc.
- The Creator (of the Continent XXXX).
- Tak, the creator according to the dwarfs.
The Old High Ones:
- Azrael, the only one of the Old High Ones who's around any more.
- The Auditors of Reality, nominally under Azrael, but devious and pushy.
Please follow the link to see a list of the better-known gods of the Disc.
The Ice Giants
- Quetzovercoatl (Also considered a God)
- Duke Vassenego
- Duke Drazometh the Putrid
- Earl Beezlemoth
- Urglefloggah, Spawn of the Pit and Loathly Guardian of the Dread Portal
- Azaremoth, Stench of Dog Breath,
- Lord Vizzimuth
- Death, popular star of the Death series.
- Famine, hath a lean and hungry look.
- Pestilence, looks dirty, even sounds contagious.
- War, a hearty type who would get to more battles if he weren't so henpecked.
- Kaos, the fifth horseman who left before they got famous: now a dairyman.
- Terror, and
- Panic, sons of War.
- Clancy, daughter of War
- Time, formerly a beautiful, dark-haired woman, now succeeded by her son.
- The Lady (also considered a God)
- Fate (also considered a God)
- Destiny (also considered a God)
- The Cunning Man, the personification of rage, hatred and resentment towards witches, the force that drives witch-hunting;
- Death of Rats, subcontractor to Death.
- The Death of Fleas, One of the many other Deaths to appear in Reaper Man, but one of only two not to be re-absorbed into the greater Death at the book's end.
- The Bogeyman, Personification of Fear.
- The Wintersmith, concerned with seasonal death and renewal, personification of Winter.
- Jack Frost, puts a pretty face on winter. Possibly a part of The Wintersmith.
- Summer Lady, personification of Summer.
- Agi Hammerthief, probably mythical mischievous spirit of the Dwarfs, personification of tricks.
- Hogfather, perhaps a demigod, the remnant of an old god of winter pig-killing.
- Old Man Trouble, the original Man of Constant Sorrow.
- Sandman, probably a god; seems to be a recent creation
Fairies and marginal entities:
- The Glingleglingleglingle Fairy exists only for one magical sound effect.
- The Scissor Man, a nasty piece of work in either universe.
- The Soul Cake Duck, possibly created by dentists.
- Tooth Fairies, nowadays just human girls doing a dirty job.
- The Verruca Gnome, probably not a real Feegle type.
- Valkyries, much like Roundworld, perhaps demigoddesses or deceased heroines.
- Hivers, lost, wandering spirits hoping to find a host body with some magic in it.
- The Summoning Dark, possibly a hiver. Rather like Terror for Dwarfs.
- Vampires, Zombies, Banshees, Ghouls, Werewolves, Trolls, Bogeymen, Dryad, Elves, Golems, Imps, Pictsies.
Creatures and Things of the Dungeon Dimensions:
- The Laddering Horror, Nylonathatep
- The Drunken Cthubopalulu
- The Sender of Eight, Bel-Shamharoth
- The Insider
- Olk-Kalath the Soul-Sucker
- Yob Soddoth
- Tshup Aklathep, the mutant star-toad with a million young.
To see a more complete list of these beings, click on the category link below.